Listen to this interview with Joseph Clark about his book Ambulance Education. This episode was originally broadcast at EverydayEMSTips.com. Browse to Everyday EMS Tips to read the episode show notes.
As a college student Joe Clark worked on the ambulance in New York City on nights and weekends to pay for his college and graduate school education. is Joe’s stories of patient encounters, relationships, and events on the streets that shaped him as a person and guided his career choice to become a medical […]
” A Google Search Is Not Research “ Date : April 14th 2010 Time: 1400 hours EST This special Boot Camp session is presented by Joseph F. Clark, Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati and the author of My Ambulance Education: Life and Death on the Streets of the City. This class will provide a brief introduction to research and research methods. The students will […]
Dr. Joseph F. Clark worked as an EMT-Basic in and around New York city in the early 1980s to help pay his college and graduate school tuition. The patients he encountered, as well as the frustrations he experienced caring for patients guided him towards a career as a medical researcher. In his new book, My […]